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To connect all people seeking help and the programs that serve them — with dignity and ease.
At findhelp, we believe that every person’s dignity matters, organizations are the social care experts, and the right technology creates connection. Navigating the social care system is complicated. We make helping easier.
By the Numbers
- Number of Users: 19,000,000+
- Distinct Program Locations: 610,400+
- Claimed Program Locations: 96,400+
How It Started
In the midst of the 2008 financial crisis there was a dramatic increase in demand for social services as more people faced economic hardship. The resources existed, but it was hard to get connected, and referrals were slowed down by paperwork and processing. With the idea that technology could help build a stronger social safety net, our founder and CEO Erine Gray launched findhelp — originally under the name Aunt Bertha — on August 31, 2010.
Who We Are
Our team has worked in social care, education, and healthcare. Many of us, at other points in our lives, have needed service ourselves. We understand the need for privacy and protection when seeking help, and we know firsthand how challenging it can be to navigate the social care system. That’s why we work every day to make it easier and safer to find help.
Our work is driven by how we can make the world a better place — for organizations, customers, our users, and our team. We nurture a diverse and inclusive environment where employees can bring their full selves to the workplace, and where our personal and professional experience informs the quality of the work we do.
What We Do
Customers use findhelp technology to power their social care systems.
People use findhelp.org to search and connect to social care programs near them.
Organizations use findhelp to streamline intake and referrals in order to reach the people who need their help.
Resolve magazine explores questions and challenges in social care, and highlights organizations working for change.